Onboarding LABS

Cisco, PwC, Georgetown Leadership Institute, Kaiser Assoc. will lead seminars examining experience-based employee onboarding and new hire practices.

APRIL 22 - 23, 2014 | THE CONFERENCE BOARD CONFERENCE CENTER | NEW YORK, NY

April 21, 2014

Millennial Strategies: Pre-hire, Onboarding, Engagement and Retention

Millennials are now hitting the market in force and the result has been a changed and changing landscape for employees and employers.  That technology will play a larger role is certain as enterprises become more social internally and externally, but a broader context must be addressed as well. This includes: culture, thinking beyond speed to contribution to total lifetime value, and how to affect real engagement among millennial workers. 

From the perspective of demographics the millennial bubble is impossible to dismiss; yet organizations have been slow to find and implement strategies to harness the talent, innovation and enthusiasm of the future business leaders already transforming leading organizations. Despite sophisticated technologies driving efficiency and new levels of productivity effective communication may be the best tool at the disposal of organizations.

This program has been approved for 10.25 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.

Registration and Continental Breakfast:  8 – 9:00 am

Welcome and Introduction:  9:00 – 9:15 am

Omar Andrade

LAB A Part 1:  9:15 am – 10:15 am

Millennial Insights: Research from the Front Lines

Part 2 of the LAB features deep cutting edge research on the key drivers behind millennial behaviors and aspirations in the workplace. Findings presented are based upon several years of programming and analysis of viewing habits and taste-making for Millennial viewers from early childhood to young adult and beyond to young working professional conducted at the iconic powerhouse of programming for youth–Nickolodean. 

Amy Friedman, CEO Redhead Consulting and Senior Advisor to MTV Scratch

Networking Break:   10:15am – 10:30am

LAB A Part 2:  10:30am -11:30am

Millennial Leadership Development Strategies

This LAB will feature a deep dive into leadership development strategies designed for Millennial executive transition and Onboarding. We will examine the new paradigm unique to millennial workers and what this will mean for successful leadership development programs. 

Kate Ebner, Director, Institute for Transformational Leadership Georgetown University

Rachel Wold, Senior Consultant and Media Specialist, Nebo Company

General Session A:    11:30 am –  12:15 pm

"The Future of Work is Here: Re-think, Re-invent, and Re-imagine the Workplace"

Organizations are being forced to create innovative solutions to address the challenges of the future workplace. Megatrends diriving this shift include:

1. Globalization                                    4. Social Leadership

2. Shifting Demographics                     5. Environment/space changes

3. Technology Disruption

The session will cover insights and a socio-historical context on these trends and implications to businesses and inform HR and leadership development with specific examples of leveraging the shifting workplace paradigm to improve business performance.

Christopher Bishop, Strategic Partner, Future Workplace Consulting

Lunch:  12:15 pm -1:30 pm

 Globalization Shifting Demographics

General Session B:   1:30 pm – 2:15 pm 

Harvard University's Institute of Politics Survey of Young Americans' Attitudes toward Politics and Public Service  

The Millenial generation is becoming a force in politics with each subsequent election. Most recently seen as a key constituency to a two time Obama presidency. The session will offer insights into the political and public views of 18-29 year olds drawn from 25 surveys of this generation since 2000. We will discuss the most recent findings, as welll as long-term trends and as a group draw implications.  

Trey Grayson, Director, Harvard Institute of Politics, Harvard University

General Session C:  2:15 pm – 3:15 pm 

Onboarding for Leadership Development, Success and Retention 

PwC has concluded the world’s largest study dedicated to Millennial workers. During this LAB they will share deep data on the trends and new strategies they have identified to better select, engage and retain new joiners and future leaders. 

Anne Donovan, HR Transformation Leader, PwC 

Networking Break:   3:15 pm – 3:40 pm

General Session D:   3:40 – 4:30 pm

Overcoming the Communication Gap: Millennial Leadership Development 

This session discusses the large disconnects between Millennial workers and employers on such key themes as the meaning of leadership, how to leverage collaboration and perhaps the greatest peril, lost opportunity. 

Emily Huston, Diversity Analyst, NBCUniversal 

For speaking opportunities, please contact Denise Sinuk at
Denise.Sinuk@conference-board.org.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michael Felden at Michael.Felden@conferenceboard.org.

LOCATION

The Conference Board Conference Center
845 Third Avenue
(Between 51st and 52nd Streets)
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10022
Tel 212 339 0345
Official Website: www.conferenceboard.org

Fees do not include hotel accommodations. A block of rooms has been established at the Marriott Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown East for a rate of $324/night (single/double), excluding taxes & fees. To make reservations, please call 800-321-2211 and reference both the hotel name and "The Conference Board Onboarding Conference." You can also make reservations by clicking here The cut-off date for group reservations is Monday, March 31, 2014. Rooms will no longer be available at the group rate after this date.
April 21, 2014

Millennial Strategies: Pre-hire, Onboarding, Engagement and Retention

Millennials are now hitting the market in force and the result has been a changed and changing landscape for employees and employers.  That technology will play a larger role is certain as enterprises become more social internally and externally, but a broader context must be addressed as well. This includes: culture, thinking beyond speed to contribution to total lifetime value, and how to affect real engagement among millennial workers. 

From the perspective of demographics the millennial bubble is impossible to dismiss; yet organizations have been slow to find and implement strategies to harness the talent, innovation and enthusiasm of the future business leaders already transforming leading organizations. Despite sophisticated technologies driving efficiency and new levels of productivity effective communication may be the best tool at the disposal of organizations.

This program has been approved for 10.25 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.

Registration and Continental Breakfast:  8 – 9:00 am

Welcome and Introduction:  9:00 – 9:15 am

Omar Andrade

LAB A Part 1:  9:15 am – 10:15 am

Millennial Insights: Research from the Front Lines

Part 2 of the LAB features deep cutting edge research on the key drivers behind millennial behaviors and aspirations in the workplace. Findings presented are based upon several years of programming and analysis of viewing habits and taste-making for Millennial viewers from early childhood to young adult and beyond to young working professional conducted at the iconic powerhouse of programming for youth–Nickolodean. 

Amy Friedman, CEO Redhead Consulting and Senior Advisor to MTV Scratch

Networking Break:   10:15am – 10:30am

LAB A Part 2:  10:30am -11:30am

Millennial Leadership Development Strategies

This LAB will feature a deep dive into leadership development strategies designed for Millennial executive transition and Onboarding. We will examine the new paradigm unique to millennial workers and what this will mean for successful leadership development programs. 

Kate Ebner, Director, Institute for Transformational Leadership Georgetown University

Rachel Wold, Senior Consultant and Media Specialist, Nebo Company

General Session A:    11:30 am –  12:15 pm

"The Future of Work is Here: Re-think, Re-invent, and Re-imagine the Workplace"

Organizations are being forced to create innovative solutions to address the challenges of the future workplace. Megatrends diriving this shift include:

1. Globalization                                    4. Social Leadership

2. Shifting Demographics                     5. Environment/space changes

3. Technology Disruption

The session will cover insights and a socio-historical context on these trends and implications to businesses and inform HR and leadership development with specific examples of leveraging the shifting workplace paradigm to improve business performance.

Christopher Bishop, Strategic Partner, Future Workplace Consulting

Lunch:  12:15 pm -1:30 pm

 Globalization Shifting Demographics

General Session B:   1:30 pm – 2:15 pm 

Harvard University's Institute of Politics Survey of Young Americans' Attitudes toward Politics and Public Service  

The Millenial generation is becoming a force in politics with each subsequent election. Most recently seen as a key constituency to a two time Obama presidency. The session will offer insights into the political and public views of 18-29 year olds drawn from 25 surveys of this generation since 2000. We will discuss the most recent findings, as welll as long-term trends and as a group draw implications.  

Trey Grayson, Director, Harvard Institute of Politics, Harvard University

General Session C:  2:15 pm – 3:15 pm 

Onboarding for Leadership Development, Success and Retention 

PwC has concluded the world’s largest study dedicated to Millennial workers. During this LAB they will share deep data on the trends and new strategies they have identified to better select, engage and retain new joiners and future leaders. 

Anne Donovan, HR Transformation Leader, PwC 

Networking Break:   3:15 pm – 3:40 pm

General Session D:   3:40 – 4:30 pm

Overcoming the Communication Gap: Millennial Leadership Development 

This session discusses the large disconnects between Millennial workers and employers on such key themes as the meaning of leadership, how to leverage collaboration and perhaps the greatest peril, lost opportunity. 

Emily Huston, Diversity Analyst, NBCUniversal 

For speaking opportunities, please contact Denise Sinuk at
Denise.Sinuk@conference-board.org.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michael Felden at Michael.Felden@conferenceboard.org.

Michael Cannon, Director Talent Management: Global Professional Development, Cisco Systems Inc.

Lilith Christiansen, Vice President, OD Consulting, Kaiser Associates, Inc.

Joanne Veech, Global Human Capital Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd

Mariam Hutchinson, Learning Strategist , Booz Allen Hamilton

Kathryn Barbro, Associate Director, Talent Development Americas People Team, Ernst & Young

Judith Lannin-Panagakos, Executive Director, Global Staffing and Onboarding, JPMorgan Chase

Patrick Martin, Chief Learning Officer, Bechtel Group, Inc.

Laura Hastings, Onboarding Project Lead , Bechtel Group, Inc.

Mohit Garg, Co-Founder , MindTickle Inc.

Phee Vania, Global Program Manager, Onboarding , IBM Canada Ltd.

Patrick Martin, Chief Learning Officer, Bechtel Group, Inc.

Wendy Smith, Director of Talent Experiences, NCR

Sarah Hagerman, Vice President, OD Consulting, Kaiser Associates, Inc.

Kate Ebner, Director, Institute for Transformational Leadership, Institute for Transformational Leadershi

Anne Donovan, Human Capital Transformation Leader , PricewaterhouseCoopers

Rachel Wold, Senior Consultant and Media Specialist , The Nebo Company

Trey Grayson, Director, Institute of Politics , Harvard Institute of Politics

Christopher Bishop, Strategic Partner , Future Workplace

Anne Donovan, Human Capital Transformation Leader , PricewaterhouseCoopers

Amy Friedman, Senior Advisor , Scratch| Viacom Media Networks

Emily Huston, Analyst, Corporate Diversity, NBCUniversal Media, LLC

Workshops:

Millennial Strategies: Pre-hire, Onboarding, Engagement and Retention


April 21, 2014

Millennial Strategies: Pre-hire, Onboarding, Engagement and Retention

Millennials are now hitting the market in force and the result has been a changed and changing landscape for employees and employers.  That technology will play a larger role is certain as enterprises become more social internally and externally, but a broader context must be addressed as well. This includes: culture, thinking beyond speed to contribution to total lifetime value, and how to affect real engagement among millennial workers. 

From the perspective of demographics the millennial bubble is impossible to dismiss; yet organizations have been slow to find and implement strategies to harness the talent, innovation and enthusiasm of the future business leaders already transforming leading organizations. Despite sophisticated technologies driving efficiency and new levels of productivity effective communication may be the best tool at the disposal of organizations.

This program has been approved for 10.25 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.

Registration and Continental Breakfast:  8 – 9:00 am

Welcome and Introduction:  9:00 – 9:15 am

Omar Andrade

LAB A Part 1:  9:15 am – 10:15 am

Millennial Insights: Research from the Front Lines

Part 2 of the LAB features deep cutting edge research on the key drivers behind millennial behaviors and aspirations in the workplace. Findings presented are based upon several years of programming and analysis of viewing habits and taste-making for Millennial viewers from early childhood to young adult and beyond to young working professional conducted at the iconic powerhouse of programming for youth–Nickolodean. 

Amy Friedman, CEO Redhead Consulting and Senior Advisor to MTV Scratch

Networking Break:   10:15am – 10:30am

LAB A Part 2:  10:30am -11:30am

Millennial Leadership Development Strategies

This LAB will feature a deep dive into leadership development strategies designed for Millennial executive transition and Onboarding. We will examine the new paradigm unique to millennial workers and what this will mean for successful leadership development programs. 

Kate Ebner, Director, Institute for Transformational Leadership Georgetown University

Rachel Wold, Senior Consultant and Media Specialist, Nebo Company

General Session A:    11:30 am –  12:15 pm

"The Future of Work is Here: Re-think, Re-invent, and Re-imagine the Workplace"

Organizations are being forced to create innovative solutions to address the challenges of the future workplace. Megatrends diriving this shift include:

1. Globalization                                    4. Social Leadership

2. Shifting Demographics                     5. Environment/space changes

3. Technology Disruption

The session will cover insights and a socio-historical context on these trends and implications to businesses and inform HR and leadership development with specific examples of leveraging the shifting workplace paradigm to improve business performance.

Christopher Bishop, Strategic Partner, Future Workplace Consulting

Lunch:  12:15 pm -1:30 pm

 Globalization Shifting Demographics

General Session B:   1:30 pm – 2:15 pm 

Harvard University's Institute of Politics Survey of Young Americans' Attitudes toward Politics and Public Service  

The Millenial generation is becoming a force in politics with each subsequent election. Most recently seen as a key constituency to a two time Obama presidency. The session will offer insights into the political and public views of 18-29 year olds drawn from 25 surveys of this generation since 2000. We will discuss the most recent findings, as welll as long-term trends and as a group draw implications.  

Trey Grayson, Director, Harvard Institute of Politics, Harvard University

General Session C:  2:15 pm – 3:15 pm 

Onboarding for Leadership Development, Success and Retention 

PwC has concluded the world’s largest study dedicated to Millennial workers. During this LAB they will share deep data on the trends and new strategies they have identified to better select, engage and retain new joiners and future leaders. 

Anne Donovan, HR Transformation Leader, PwC 

Networking Break:   3:15 pm – 3:40 pm

General Session D:   3:40 – 4:30 pm

Overcoming the Communication Gap: Millennial Leadership Development 

This session discusses the large disconnects between Millennial workers and employers on such key themes as the meaning of leadership, how to leverage collaboration and perhaps the greatest peril, lost opportunity. 

Emily Huston, Diversity Analyst, NBCUniversal 

For speaking opportunities, please contact Denise Sinuk at
Denise.Sinuk@conference-board.org.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michael Felden at Michael.Felden@conferenceboard.org.